Bengaluru based Agri startup wins award
Bengaluru young lady Manasa Gonchigar is one of the 10 youthful winning business visionary groups of the agri-endeavour challenge S.O.L.V.E.D (Social Objectives-Led Volunteer Enterprise Developed), who were congratulated by Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Anurag Singh Thakur at Vigyan Bhavan in New Delhi as of late.
The 25-year-old's group won the test for her new business PureScan AI — an innovative startup that helps major parts in the food production network and helps them in settling on educated choices on food handling. This year, the International Youth Day subject zeroed in on changing food frameworks.
Communicating her joy on winning the test, Manasa revealed that her organization is setting up an optical gadget — Afla Scan — which does quick aflatoxin appraisal of maize, chillies and peanuts. "Aflatoxin can undoubtedly influence crops and has shown high presence in peanuts, maize, dry leafy foods. This adds to immunosuppressive wellbeing impacts of the body, prompting hindered development and hunger," clarifies the IIT-Madras graduate.
Conceived and raised in Bengaluru and granddaughter of a rancher, Manasa said she had a decent comprehension of farming and keeping in mind that examining applied physical science at IIT-Madras, she fostered an unmistakable fascination for interdisciplinary work.